They're inspecting Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust from 13 September and the 111 Service in October 2016.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent health and adult social care regulator. Their job is to check whether hospitals, care homes, GPs, dentists and services in your home are meeting national standards.
CQC's last inspection
Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust is rated as 'requires improvement.'
In September CQC inspectors will be undertaking a focused follow-up inspection, which means that it will look at areas of concern identified during their last inspection in January 2015, in particular the emergency operations centre, patient transport services, resilience and urgent and emergency care.
You can read the report from our last inspection.
Then in October they will be inspecting the 111 service provided by the trust.
The feedback people gave them about their experiences of care before the last inspection was important and helped them to decide what to look at during their inspection.
Give them your feedback about Emergency Ambulance Response, patient transport and 111 service
Please click on the link below to share your feedback online. Emergency Ambulance Response, patient transport and 111 Service